Contents 1 Early life and early career 2 International success in the 1930s 3 Hollywood years 4 Post-Hollywood career 5 Last years 6 Legacy 7 Awards 8 Filmography 9 Selected writings 10 References 11 External links

Early life and early career[edit] The young Renoir with Gabrielle Renard in a painting by his father Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Renoir was born in the Montmartre district of Paris, France. He was the second son of Aline (née Charigot) Renoir and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, the renowned painter. His elder brother was Pierre Renoir, a French stage and film actor, and his younger brother Claude Renoir (1901–1969) had a brief minor career in the film industry, mostly assisting on a few of Jean's films.[citation needed] Renoir was also the uncle of Claude Renoir (1913–1993), the son of Pierre, a cinematographer who worked with Jean Renoir on several of his films. Renoir was largely raised by Gabrielle Renard, his nanny and his mother's cousin, with whom he developed a strong bond. Shortly before his birth, she had come to live with the Renoir family.[2] She introduced the young boy to the Guignol puppet shows in Montmartre, which influenced his later film career. He wrote in his 1974 memoirs My Life and My Films, "She taught me to see the face behind the mask and the fraud behind the flourishes. She taught me to detest the cliché."[3] Gabrielle was also fascinated by the new motion-picture invention, and when Renoir was only a few years old she took him to see his first film. As a child, Renoir moved to the south of France with his family. He and the rest of the Renoir family were the subjects of many of his father's paintings. His father's financial success ensured that the young Renoir was educated at fashionable boarding schools, from which, as he later wrote, he frequently ran away.[4] At the outbreak of World War I, Renoir was serving in the French cavalry. Later, after receiving a bullet in his leg, he served as a reconnaissance pilot.[5] His leg injury left him with a permanent limp, but allowed him to discover the cinema, since he recuperated by watching films with his leg elevated, including the works of Charlie Chaplin, D. W. Griffith and others.[6][7] After the war, Renoir followed his father's suggestion and tried his hand at making ceramics, but he soon set that aside to make films. He was particularly inspired by Erich von Stroheim's work.[8][9] In 1924, Renoir directed Une Vie Sans Joie or Catherine, the first of his nine silent films, most of which starred his first wife, Catherine Hessling. She was also his father's last model.[10] At this stage, his films did not produce a return. Renoir gradually sold paintings inherited from his father to finance them.[11]

International success in the 1930s[edit] During the 1930s Renoir enjoyed great success as a filmmaker. In 1931 he directed his first sound films, On purge bébé (Baby's Laxative)[12] and La Chienne (The Bitch).[13] The following year he made Boudu Saved From Drowning (Boudu sauvé des eaux), a farcical sendup of the pretensions of a middle-class bookseller and his family, who meet with comic, and ultimately disastrous, results when they attempt to reform a vagrant played by Michel Simon.[14] By the middle of the decade, Renoir was associated with the Popular Front. Several of his films, such as The Crime of Monsieur Lange (Le Crime de Monsieur Lange, 1935), Life Belongs to Us (1936) and La Marseillaise (1938), reflect the movement's politics.[15][16] In 1937 he made what became one of his best-known films, La Grande Illusion, starring Erich von Stroheim and Jean Gabin. A film on the theme of brotherhood, relating a series of escape attempts by French POWs during World War I, it was enormously successful. It was banned in Germany, and later in Italy, after having won the "Best Artistic Ensemble" award at the Venice Film Festival.[17] It was the first foreign language film to receive a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Picture. He followed it with The Human Beast (La Bête Humaine) (1938), a film noir tragedy based on the novel by Émile Zola and starring Simone Simon and Jean Gabin, this also was a cinematic success.[18] In 1939, able to co-finance his own films,[19] Renoir made The Rules of the Game (La Règle du Jeu), a satire on contemporary French society with an ensemble cast.[20] Renoir played the character Octave, who acts as a sort of master of ceremonies in the film.[21] The film was his greatest commercial failure,[22] met with derision by Parisian audiences at its premiere. He extensively reedited the work, but without success.[23] A few weeks after the outbreak of World War II, the film was banned by the government. The ban was lifted briefly in 1940, but after the fall of France that June, it was banned again.[24] Subsequently the original negative of the film was destroyed in an Allied bombing raid.[24] It was not until the 1950s that French film enthusiasts Jean Gaborit and Jacques Durand, with Renoir's cooperation, reconstructed a near-complete print of the film.[25][26] Since screenings and reappraisals since the 1960s, The Rules of the Game has frequently appeared near the top of critics' polls of the best films ever made.[27][28] A week after the disastrous premiere of The Rules of the Game in July 1939, Renoir went to Rome with Karl Koch and Dido Freire, subsequently his second wife, to work on the script for a film version of Tosca.[29][30] At the age of 45, he became a lieutenant in the French Army Film Service. He was sent back to Italy, to teach film at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Rome, and resume work on Tosca.[29][31][32] The French government hoped this cultural exchange would help maintain friendly relations with Italy, which had not yet entered the war.[29][31][33] He abandoned the project to return to France and make himself available for military service in August 1939.[34][35][36]

Hollywood years[edit] After Germany invaded France in May 1940, Renoir fled to the United States with Dido Freire.[37][38] In Hollywood, Renoir had difficulty finding projects that suited him.[39] His first American film, Swamp Water (1941), was a drama starring Dana Andrews and Walter Brennan. He co-produced and directed an anti-Nazi film set in France, This Land Is Mine (1943), starring Maureen O'Hara and Charles Laughton.[40][41] The Southerner (1945) is a film about Texas sharecroppers that is often regarded as his best American film. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Directing for this work.[42][43][44] Diary of a Chambermaid (1946) is an adaptation of the Octave Mirbeau novel, Le Journal d'une femme de chambre, starring Paulette Goddard and Burgess Meredith.[45][46] His The Woman on the Beach (1947), starring Joan Bennett and Robert Ryan, was heavily reshot and reedited after it fared poorly among preview audiences in California.[47] Both films were poorly received; they were the last films Renoir made in America.[48][49][50] At this time, Renoir became a naturalized citizen of the United States.[51]

Post-Hollywood career[edit] In 1949 Renoir traveled to India to shoot The River (1951), his first color film.[52] Based on the novel of the same name by Rumer Godden, the film is both a meditation on human beings' relationship with nature and a coming of age story of three young girls in colonial India.[53] The film won the International Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1951.[54] After returning to work in Europe, Renoir made a trilogy of color musical comedies on the subjects of theater, politics and commerce: Le Carrosse d'or (The Golden Coach, 1953) with Anna Magnani; French Cancan (1954) with Jean Gabin and María Félix; and Eléna et les hommes (Elena and Her Men, 1956) with Ingrid Bergman and Jean Marais.[55] During the same period Renoir produced Clifford Odets' play The Big Knife in Paris. He also wrote his own play, Orvet, and produced it in Paris featuring Leslie Caron.[56][57] Renoir made his next films with techniques adapted from live television.[58] Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe (Picnic on the Grass, 1959), starring Paul Meurisse and Catherine Rouvel, was filmed on the grounds of Pierre-Auguste Renoir's home in Cagnes-sur-Mer, and Le Testament du docteur Cordelier (The Testament of Doctor Cordelier, also 1959), starring Jean-Louis Barrault, was made in the streets of Paris and its suburbs.[59][60] Renoir's penultimate film, Le Caporal épinglé (The Elusive Corporal, 1962), with Jean-Pierre Cassel and Claude Brasseur,[61] is set among French POWs during their internment in labor camps by the Nazis during World War II. The film explores the twin human needs for freedom, on the one hand, and emotional and economic security, on the other.[62][63] Renoir's loving memoir of his father, Renoir, My Father (1962) describes the profound influence his father had on him and his work.[64] As funds for his film projects were becoming harder to obtain, Renoir continued to write screenplays for income. He published a novel, The Notebooks of Captain Georges, in 1966.[65][66] Captain Georges is the nostalgic account of a wealthy young man's sentimental education and love for a peasant girl, a theme also explored earlier in his films Diary of a Chambermaid and Picnic on the Grass.[67]

Last years[edit] Renoir's last film is Le Petit théâtre de Jean Renoir (The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir, 1969).[68] The film is a series of four short films made in a variety of styles. It is, in many ways, one of his most challenging, avant-garde and unconventional works.[69][70] Unable to obtain financing for his films and suffering declining health, Renoir spent his last years receiving friends at his home in Beverly Hills, and writing novels and his memoirs.[71] In 1973 Renoir was preparing a production of his stage play, Carola, with Leslie Caron and Mel Ferrer when he fell ill and was unable to direct. The producer Norman Lloyd, a friend and actor in The Southerner, took over the direction of the play. It was broadcast in the series program Hollywood Television Theater on WNET, Channel 13, New York on February 3, 1973.[72] Renoir's memoir, My Life and My Films, was published in 1974. He wrote of the influence exercised by Gabrielle Renard, his nanny and his mother's cousin, with whom he developed a mutual lifelong bond. He concluded his memoirs with the words he had often spoken as a child, "Wait for me, Gabrielle."[73] In 1975 Renoir received a lifetime Academy Award for his contribution to the motion picture industry. That same year a retrospective of his work was shown at the National Film Theatre in London.[74] Also in 1975, the government of France elevated him to the rank of commander in the Légion d'honneur.[75] Jean Renoir died in Beverly Hills, California on February 12, 1979. His body was returned to France and buried beside his family in the cemetery at Essoyes, Aube, France.[76] He was survived by his son Alain and three grandchildren, John, Peter and Anne.[citation needed]

Legacy[edit] On his death, fellow director and friend Orson Welles wrote an article for the Los Angeles Times, entitled "Jean Renoir: The Greatest of all Directors".[77] Renoir's films have also influenced many other directors, including Satyajit Ray,[78] Éric Rohmer,[79] Luchino Visconti,[80] Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet,[81] Peter Bogdanovich,[82] François Truffaut,[83] Robert Altman,[84] Errol Morris[85] Martin Scorsese[citation needed] and Mike Leigh.[86] Jean Renoir has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6212 Hollywood Blvd.[87] Several of his ceramics were collected by Albert Barnes, who was a major patron and collector of his father. They can be found on display beneath his father's paintings at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia.[88] Renoir's son, Alain Renoir (1921-2008), became a professor of English and comparative literature at the University of California at Berkeley and a scholar of medieval English literature.[citation needed]

Awards[edit] Chevalier de Légion d'honneur, 1936[89] Selznick Golden Laurel Award for lifetime work, Brazilian Film Festival, Rio de Janeiro, 1958[90] Prix Charles Blanc, Académie française, for Renoir, My Father, biography of father, 1963[91] Honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts, University of California, Berkeley, 1963[92] Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1964[92] Osella d'Oro as a master of the cinema, Venice Festival, 1968[93] Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts, Royal College of Art, London, 1971[72] Honorary Academy Award for Career Accomplishment, 1974[94] Special Award, National Society of Film Critics, 1975[95] Commandeur de la Légion d'honneur, 1975[75] Prix Goncourt de la Biographie, 2013

Filmography[edit] 1924: Backbiters (fr) (Catherine ou Une vie sans Joie, also acted) 1925: La Fille de l'eau 1926: Nana 1927: Charleston Parade (Sur un air de charleston) 1927: Une vie sans joie (second version of Backbiters) 1927: Marquitta 1928: The Sad Sack (Tire-au-flanc) 1928: The Tournament (Le Tournoi dans la cité) 1928: The Little Match Girl (La Petite Marchande d'allumettes) 1929: Le Bled 1931: On purge bébé 1931: The Bitch (La Chienne) 1932: Night at the Crossroads (La Nuit du carrefour) 1932: Boudu Saved from Drowning (Boudu sauvé des eaux) 1932: Chotard and Company (Chotard et Cie) 1934: Madame Bovary 1935: Toni 1936: A Day in the Country (Partie de campagne, also acted, not released until 1946) 1936: Life Belongs to Us (La vie est à nous, also acted) 1936: The Lower Depths (Les Bas-fonds) 1936: The Crime of Monsieur Lange (Le Crime de Monsieur Lange) 1937: Grand Illusion (La Grande illusion) 1938: La Marseillaise 1938: The Human Beast (La Bête humaine, also acted) 1939: The Rules of the Game (La Règle du jeu, also acted) 1941: Swamp Water (L'Étang tragique) 1943: This Land Is Mine (Vivre libre) 1944: Salute to France (Salut à la France) 1945: The Southerner (L'Homme du sud) 1946: The Diary of a Chambermaid (Le Journal d'une femme de chambre) 1947: The Woman on the Beach (La Femme sur la plage) 1950: The Ways of Love (anthology segment: "A Day in the Country") 1951: The River (Le Fleuve) 1953: The Golden Coach (Le Carrosse d'or) 1954: French Cancan 1956: Elena and Her Men (Elena et les hommes) 1959: The Testament of Doctor Cordelier (Le Testament du docteur Cordelier) 1959: Picnic on the Grass (Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe) 1962: The Elusive Corporal (Le Caporal épinglé) 1969: The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir (Le Petit Théâtre de Jean Renoir)

Selected writings[edit] 1955: Orvet, Paris: Gallimard, play. 1962: Renoir, Paris: Hachette (Renoir, My Father), biography. 1966: Les Cahiers du Capitaine Georges, Paris: Gallimard (The Notebooks of Captain Georges), novel. 1974: Ma Vie et mes Films, Paris: Flammarion (My Life and My Films), autobiography. 1974: Écrits 1926-1971 (Claude Gauteur, ed.), Paris: Pierre Belfond, writings. 1976: Carola, in "L'Avant-Scène du Théâtre" no. 597, November 1, 1976, screenplay. 1978: Le Coeur à l'aise, Paris: Flammarion, novel. 1978 Julienne et son amour; suivi d'En avant Rosalie!, Paris: Henri Veyrier, screenplays. 1979: Jean Renoir: Entretiens et propos (Jean Narboni, ed.), Paris: Éditions de l'étoile/Cahiers du Cinéma, interviews and remarks. 1979: Le crime de l'Anglais, Paris: Flammarion, novel. 1980: Geneviève, Paris: Flammarion, novel. 1981: Œuvres de cinéma inédités (Claude Gauteur, ed.), Paris: Gallimard, synopses and treatments. 1984: Lettres d'Amérique (Dido Renoir & Alexander Sesonske, eds.), Paris: Presses de la Renaissance ISBN 2-85616-287-8, correspondence. 1989: Renoir on Renoir: Interviews, Essays, and Remarks (Carol Volk, tr.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1994: Jean Renoir: Letters (David Thompson and Lorraine LoBianco, eds.), London: Faber & Faber, correspondence.

References[edit] ^ [1] ^ My Life and My Films, p. 16 ^ My Life and My Films, pp. 29, 282 ^ Renoir, Jean. Renoir My Father, Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1962, pp. 417-419; 425-429 ^ Durgnat, Raymond. Jean Renoir, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1974, pp. 27-28 ^ Renoir, Jean. My Life and My Films, New York: Atheneum, 1974, pp. 40-43 ^ Renoir My Father, pp. 417-19. ^ My Life and My Films, pp. 47-48. ^ "Memories" by Jean Renoir, reprinted from Le Point, XVIII, December 1938 in Bazin, Andre. Jean Renoir, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1973, pp. 151-152 ^ Durgnat, p. 29. The name of the film was Une Vie Sans Joie or Catherine. ^ My Life and My Films, pp. 81-85 ^ Durgnat, p. 64 ^ Durgnat, p. 68 ^ Durgnat, pp. 85-87 ^ My Life and My Films, pp. 124-127 ^ Durgnat, pp. 108-131 ^ Bazin, Andre. Jean Renoir, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1973, pp. 56-66 ^ Durgnat, pp. 172-184 ^ Durgnat, p. 185. ^ Gilliatt, Penelope. Jean Renoir: Essays, Conversations, Reviews, New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, 1975, p. 59 ^ Renoir, Jean. An Interview: Jean Renoir, Copenhagen: Green Integer Books, 1998, p. 67 ^ Volk, Carol. Renoir on Renoir: Interviews, Essays and Remarks, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989, p. 236 ^ Durgnat, pp. 189-190 ^ a b Durgnant, 191 ^ Faulkner, Christopher, Jean Renoir, a guide to references and resources, Boston, Massachusetts: G.K. Hall & Company, 1979, p. 34 ^ Gilliatt, p. 60 ^ BFI Archived May 1, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. ^ ""Take One: The First Annual Village Voice Film Critics' Poll"". Archived from the original on August 26, 2007. Retrieved 2006-07-27. . The Village Voice. 1999. Last accessed: 7 June 2009. ^ a b c Durgnat, p. 213. ^ David Thompson and Lorraine LoBianco (ed.) Jean Renoir: Letters, London: Faber & Faber, 1994, p. 61 ^ a b My Life and My Films, pp. 175-176 ^ Jean Renoir: Letters, pp. 62-65. ^ Thompson and LoBianco, p. 65 ^ Durgnat, p. 213 ^ My Life and My Films, p. 177 ^ Jean Renoir: Letters, pp. 61, 64 ^ Durgnat, p. 222. ^ Thompson and LoBianco, p. 87 ^ Volk, pp. 10-30 ^ Durgnat, pp. 234-236. ^ Thompson and LoBianco, p. 183 ^ Durgnat, p. 244 ^ Bazin, p. 103 ^ "Session Timeout - Academy Awards® Database - AMPAS". 2010-01-29. Retrieved 2014-08-08. [permanent dead link] ^ Thompson and LoBianco, pp. 165-169. ^ Durgnat, p. 252. ^ Durgnat, p. 261. ^ Durgnat, p. 259. ^ Volk, p. 24. ^ My Life and My Films, p. 247 ^ Thompson and LoBianco, pp. 207, 270 ^ Durgnat, pp. 273-274 ^ Durgnat, pp. 273, 275-276 ^ Durgnat, p. 284 ^ Durgnat, p. 400 ^ Faulkner, pp. 33-34 ^ My Life and My Films, pp. 274-275 ^ Renoir, Jean. Ecrits 1926-1971, Paris: Pierre Belfond, 1974, pp. 286-289 ^ My Life and My Films, p. 277 ^ Ecrits 1926-1971, pp. 292-294 ^ Bazin, p. 300-301 ^ Durgnat, pp. 357-367. ^ Bazin, pp. 301-4 ^ Durgnat, pp. 368-372 ^ Durgnat, p. 373 ^ Faulkner, pp. 37-38 ^ Thompson and LoBianco, p. 455, 463 ^ Bazin, p. 306 ^ My Life and My Films, pp. 277-278. ^ Rohmer, Eric. "Notes sur Le Petit théâtre de Jean Renoir", in Cinema 79 No. 244, April 1979, pp. 20-24 ^ Thompson and LoBianco, pp. 509-553 ^ a b Faulkner, p. 40 ^ My Life and My Films, p. 282 ^ Faulkner, pp. 40-41 ^ a b An Interview: Jean Renoir, p. 18 ^ Thompson and LoBianco, p. 555 ^ Welles, Orson. The Orson Welles Web Resource, 1979. Last accessed: January 4, 2008. ^ "Encounter With Jean Renoir". Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ "The Human Comedies of Eric Rohmer". Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ Jean Renoir: interviews. Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ Landscapes of Resistance: The German Films of Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub. Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ "Peter Bogdanovich Talks Roger Corman, Other Influences". Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ "Truffaut's Last Interview". Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ "Robert Altman talks to Michael Billington". London: 2 February 2006. Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ "The Tawdry Gruesomeness of Reality, Errol Morrs". Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ The Films of Mike Leigh. Retrieved May 14, 2013.  ^ Walk of Fame directory Archived 2009-04-15 at the Wayback Machine. at the official website ^ My Life and My Films, page 230. ^ Faulkner, p. 16. ^ Faulkner, page 34. ^ Faulkner, page 36. ^ a b Faulkner, page 37. ^ Faulkner, page 39. ^ "Session Timeout - Academy Awards® Database - AMPAS". 2010-01-29. Archived from the original on 2012-07-07. Retrieved 2014-08-08.  ^ "Film Critics Honor Bergman's Scenes From a Marriage". Los Angeles Times. January 10, 1975.

External links[edit] Jean Renoir on IMDb Jean Renoir: A Bibliography of Materials in the University of California at Berkeley Library. Interview conducted in 1960 with Columbia University's Oral History Research Office. Je m’appelle Jean Renoir. Site at the University of Nancy, France. (In French) Faulkner, Christopher. "An Archive of the (Political) Unconscious" Canadian Journal of Communication [Online], 26 1 Jan 2001 — analysis of Renoir's FBI files. Jean Renoir at Find a Grave v t e Jean Renoir Feature films La Fille de l'eau (1925) Nana (1926) The Little Match Girl (1928) On purge bébé (1931) La Chienne (1931) Night at the Crossroads (1932) Boudu Saved from Drowning (1932) Chotard and Company (1933) Madame Bovary (1934) Toni (1935) Life Belongs to Us (1936) The Crime of Monsieur Lange (1936) Partie de campagne (1936) The Lower Depths (1936) La Grande Illusion (1937) La Marseillaise (1938) La Bête Humaine (1938) The Rules of the Game (1939) Tosca (1941) Swamp Water (1941) This Land Is Mine (1943) The Amazing Mrs. Holliday (1943, uncredited) The Southerner (1945) The Diary of a Chambermaid (1946) The Woman on the Beach (1947) The River (1951) The Golden Coach (1952) French Cancan (1955) Elena and Her Men (1956) Picnic on the Grass (1959) The Elusive Corporal (1962) Television The Doctor's Horrible Experiment (1959) The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir (1970) Related Pierre-Auguste Renoir (father) Aline Charigot Renoir (mother) Pierre Renoir (brother) Catherine Hessling (wife) Alain Renoir (son) Gabrielle Renard Marguerite Renoir v t e Pierre-Auguste Renoir Paintings Lise (1867) In Summer (1868) Skaters in the Bois de Boulogne (1868) L'Algérienne (1870) La Promenade (1870) Woman with Parakeet (1871) The Harem (1872) La Parisienne (1874) La Loge (1874) The Grands Boulevards (1875) Bal du moulin de la Galette (1876) The Swing (1876) A Girl with a Watering Can (1876) Mother and Children (1876) Paysage Bords de Seine (1879) Luncheon of the Boating Party (1881) Pink and Blue (1881) Two Sisters (On the Terrace) (1881) Blonde Bather (1881 and 1882) The Umbrellas (1880–81, 1885–86) By the Seashore (1883) Dance at Bougival (1883) Dance in the City (1883) Dance in the Country (1883) Les Grandes Baigneuses (1884–87) Nature morte: fleurs (1885) Girls at the Piano (1892) Gabrielle with Open Blouse (1907) Nude (1910) The Coast at Cagnes, Sea, Mountains (c. 1910) Portrait of Adèle Besson (1918) The Bathers (1918–19) Family and relations Aline Charigot (wife) Pierre Renoir (son) Jean Renoir (son) Claude Renoir (son) Claude Renoir (grandson) Alain Renoir (grandson) Sophie Renoir (great-granddaughter) Gabrielle Renard (nanny, later model) Related Lise Tréhot Catherine Hessling Richard Guino Suzanne Valadon Maison Fournaise Renoir (film) v t e Academy Honorary Award 1928–1950 Warner Bros. / Charlie Chaplin (1928) Walt Disney (1932) Shirley Temple (1934) D. 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